Website Admins

JoAnn Craten – Director of Website Management
JoAnnJoAnn lives in Idaho with her wonderful husband, Paul, and their two adult children, Sarah and Paulie. They have been married for over 25 years and started out their married life together outside Chicago, Illinois. She is a Christian, former homeschooling mom, who works from home. She has enjoyed over 14 years of homeschooling with all the ups and downs that go along with that journey. Both of her children have now graduated from homeschooling and have moved on to their respective jobs and lives. JoAnn enjoys many hobbies including crocheting, photography, cross-stitch, card making, website design, and blogging, to name a few. She owns Watered Garden Creations, where she provides website support and management for business owners. She’s been working for TOS since February 2013, and enjoys her work here at TOS and all the wonderful people she works with. She is thankful to work for such a wonderful company that puts the Lord first in all they do.

Jennie Woelpern – Technology Support Assistant
Jennie is a homeschooling work at home mom, who has a slight obsession with books, sunsets, and coffee! She enjoys blogging and sharing about her journey of faith, grace through Christ, homeschooling, and of course books!! Her husband is a Railroad Engineer, so they have done a bit of moving around, but thankful to now be settled in the south in Tennessee. I am blessed to be a part of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine team!!

Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.-Proverbs 3:5

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Jacob Shook – Marketing Assistant
Jacob works from his home in North Carolina. He was homeschooled from K-12, proceeded to graduate from college with an Associates in Arts Degree, and is now pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in accounting. He occupies most of his free time by creating videos for his YouTube channel. He also enjoys drawing and woodworking. He has worked for TOS since November 2015 and considers himself blessed to be able to work with such wonderful people.

"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).